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an interesting perspective

Postby mugiwara84 » Sun May 03, 2009 4:20 pm

i was playing the 2.20 10k garunteed mtt on stars last nite n happened to be chatting wif afew fellas @ the table. one of dem was saying that playing @ such buyins is almost like a freeroll tts because its onli equivalent to 1euro. but for me converting frm sgd its arnd $3. call me stingy but i aint gonna be throwing 2.20usd around for fun treating it like a freeroll each time i play im fighting to itm as deep as possible. but there are ppl out there who r doing it just for kicks treating it as a freeroll playing less solid/loose
just something interesting i chanced upon n decided to share
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Re: an interesting perspective

Postby kczd » Mon May 04, 2009 11:28 am

i agree, some ppl are just treating it like buying lottery. but i guess i will play much looser too if it was the 0.10 mtt...
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Re: an interesting perspective

Postby stussyboi » Mon May 04, 2009 12:06 pm

Ha i agree... even 4.4 and other lwo tourny too...
they jus anyhow play and spoil the game... make me a lil inconsistent in small tournies arghh...
u can actually try small 1 table or a lil more sit and go
if win le
use it to join 11 dollar tourny i usually fare betta at 11 dollars or more tourny
treat those sit and go as satelite to bigger tournies
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Re: an interesting perspective

Postby duker » Tue May 05, 2009 7:54 am

really , MTT is not the best way to start bankroll
I prefer to play S&G and multi S&G
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